- Dec 5, 2016
- Salt Lake City
- Real Name
300+2xTC is actually pretty good to shoot prairie dogs and squirrels. I can be far enough so they are not scared. Hand held, and 80% of original (20% cropped).
You will find a LOT of good reasons to keep the 1.4. Prior to my switch from Nikon I had 2 - 1.4s, 1-1.7 and 1 2.0. They all got used, often predicated on light levels.Well, the $50 discount for using membership miles at Amazon pushed me over the edge. Combined with a $10 gift card I had ordered mine for $392.
I own both the 40-150 and the 300. I guess I will be putting my MC-14 up for sale.
Only downside is the expected ship date is in August.
[Edit] At least they won't charge me until it ships..."If you choose to use points for only a portion of your purchase, we’ll separately charge the portion of your purchase that you did not cover with points to your Card account after the purchase ships."
Is this the actual EXIF data, or did you alter it?M.40-150mm F2.8 + MC-20 [emphasis mine]
Yes, it does show up in the EXIF data when used with the 40-150 or 300.Is this the actual EXIF data, or did you alter it?
I don't recall my MC-14 putting anything like that in the EXIF, but then, I don't use it with any "approved" lens that has the extra pin contact; I've only used mine with adapted lenses.
I’m confused... were those to replace not having the tc? I just want to make sure you realize that the tc only works on the 40-150 Pro and 300 Pro.Eh I'm not too keen waiting until August. I have one on order from BH but I have a trip scheduled the first week of August and I'd like to have it for then.
Looks like I might be picking up a Sigma 56 F1.4 or a used 75F1.8 sooner than I thought.
They're totally unrelated, just two components I wanted to acquire this year.I’m confused... were those to replace not having the tc? I just want to make sure you realize that the tc only works on the 40-150 Pro and 300 Pro.